By Ramon Scott, @rsstreams


St. Louis CardinalsAdam Wainright – Wainy is a considerable -170 favorite and likely to hold the the slow-starting Brewers again, according to oddsmakers, with a game total at just under 7. His salary is 9.6k today, but off his six-inning shutout performance with no walks and six Ks against the Cubs in his season-debut, we coming back with him in the home opener.


New York MetsDavid Wright – The Mets’ third baseman has had three multi-hit games so far and packs a 12-for-28 career-mark against the veteran Harang.

Boston Red SoxHanley Ramirez – Ramirez has faced Zimmerman 25 times in NL play, recording 10 hits and six RBI. His salary today is 4k and he has six hits over the last three games, including three in the marathon Saturday against the Yanks.

New York YankeesJacoby Ellsbury – Jacoby is 6-for-13 off of LH Wei-Yin Chen and has hit safely in four-straight games. The OFs salary today is 4k on FanDuel.

Houston AstrosJose Altuve – Hope to get some of those Altuve’s tonight against the A’s, as Jose is 9-for-19 off of LH Scott Kazmir. Altuve is 4k tonight, which is $300 down from his opening salary after a 5-for-26 start.

Chicago CubsStarlin Castro – The Chicago SS was held in check on Sunday, snapping a four-game hit streak to open the campaign. Castro is 13-for-43 (.302) against Leake with six RBI.

Chicago CubsAnthony Rizzo – The Cubs’ slugger carries a 4.7k price tag and has gone hitless in four of five contests, but we’ll take him to break out against Cincy pitcher Leake, as Rizz is 7-for-20 with three extra-base hits off of him lifetime.